Tagged: HDTV

Darbee DVP 5000S Adds Depth and Clarity to HDMI Video

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSEach TV has it’s own color palette which they work off to create the video you see on your screen. You have the ability to adjust, but might not get the desired results. Maybe with a game or movie, you want to see more detail. That is where DarbeeVision 5000S comes in. To enhance depth and clarity. DarbeeVision is an HDR Mode for Your TV By adjusting settings, DarbeeVision allows for detail to come out, similar to HDR photo mode. With the DVP-5000S, you can adjust how much depth you would like to see. The remote gives you three modes which you can choose from. The DVP-5000S works best in up to 1080p 60fps TVs, but I was getting detail on my Vizio Smartcast M50 4k TV using the Roku Ultra. DVP-5000S for Camera Recording I’ve also seen some live stream and...

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OmniMount HDTV Mount Positions TV to You – CES 2013

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSGone are the days of a CRT sitting in an entertainment center. We’ve moved to flat screen TVs on walls that are a lot lighter than that old 32″ CRT. So now we can tackle a simple idea like ergonomics in watching TV at home. After all – you have a living room to be comfortable in. You don’t need to crick your head just to see the TV. OmniMount TV Wall Mount OmniMount’s TV arms will let you bring the TV to you. If you are like me, you have a treadmill in the living room. With OmniMount, I can adjust the TV so I can easily watch it while working out. If the kids are watching a cartoon lying on the floor – the OmniMount can bring the TV down so they don’t hurt their necks. The mount can...

Samsung 950 Series 3D TV

Samsung 950 Series 3D TV

Ultra-thin, aluminum chassis and a sleek new look is the Samsung 950 TV series. Great for 3D and 2D TVs. This is an LED panel that will come as a monitor and an HDTV. This TV is expected to have full 1080p at 240Hz,  built-in WiFi, Internet Apps and a touchscreen remote. Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting at GoDaddy. Thanks to Luxor for sponsoring

Cavium Networks – HD Wireless

Cavium Networks – HD Wireless

How would you like to pump data from one source to multiple receivers? How would you like to do it and receive zero latency from it? How would you like to see this from a wireless perspective? Andy McCaskey talked with the folks at Cavium Networks to discuss their technology for wireless HD viewing and multi-casting – ultimately eliminating the wires to go from your Blu-ray to your HDTV. Most importantly: Do all this with zero latency and high quality picture. Save 10% on your Godaddy.com order using Promo Code "Pod125" VisitRawvoiceoffers.com and use the Promo code "Cavium" for more info.

Episode 14 1-02-08

Episode 14 1-02-08

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSNew Years Activities – Computer issues – Bowl Games – WordPress Twitter – http://twitter.com/geekazine MySpace – http://myspace.com/geekazine Sponsored by Rhapsody.com. Get your 14 day free trial by selecting this link. Sponsored by Buy.com Get $10 off $200 in our Computer store Download the show (MP3) Year End Stats – PCWorld Home Server Issues – Computerworld iPhone 1.1.3 – Gizmodo Online Spending at 28 Billion – MacWorld Seniors Choose Wii – DallasNews 1 in 6 PC’s Infected – Internetnews PS3 with HDTV – Joystiq On the Geek: WalMart Dumps Movie Download FootMouse What Would Fix Windows Mobile Patent on Monitoring Employees Brains – TechDirt 5 Most Annoying Programs on PC – DownloadSquad Transform Windows into… – Makeuseof 100 Years of Tech NYE Ball – Gizmodo Battery Check on Flights – Ars Technica Australia Plans Tough Web Rules – BBC 2007 Scorecard – InfoWorld...

2008 Predictions in Technology by techpodcast members

2008 Predictions in Technology by techpodcast members

“Don’t Tase me, Bro.” is being heralded as the top quote of 2007. Who would have guessed that? Well, some tried to in early 2007. Predicting the future is not just a psychics’ job. Then again, we are not predicting – we are analyzing – Seeing trends in the last year to determine what is coming out next year. I went through some of the predictions of 2007. Some were dead on. Social Networking and Apple devices seemed to top the list in this subject. Other predictions – well, not so much. Now we are fast approaching 2008. There is a lot of technology that was debuted in 2007 and since they are still in their infant stages, we will see them ramp into tools that change the way we compute. 2007 was also a year of rethinking. Going Green is one of the ways we rethought things....

Geekazine Weekly Podcast #5 10-31-07

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Show #5 Notes – 10/31/07 Apple Leopard News: 2 Million Copies Sold – MacDailyNews Adobe Apps on Leopard: What You Need to Know – John Nack on Adobe Blog Mac BSOD? – CNet Holes in Max OS – builder.au Hack to run Leopard on a PC – Information Week On the Geek: Seagate Offers 5% refunds on Storage Products – Geek.com NEC SX-9 Fastest Computer Ever? – Geek.com Hitachi Bringing Ultri-Thin LCD HDTVs – Geek.com Samsung 30nm 128 GB Memory Cards – Geek.com Cool Geek Stuff: Computer Repair Utility Kit – Technibble More News:

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